Eat eggs and steak in pregnancy for a calm baby|
By Kimberley Smith on 21/03/2011 in Pregnancy diet and nutrition
A pregnancy diet rich in vitamin B12 linked to calmer, more contented babies who cry less
Pregnant? Start feasting on (hard) cheese and (well cooked) steak if you want a contented baby, a new study suggests.Babies whose mums ate plenty of foods high in vitamin B12 in pregnancy have been found to be calmer, less colicky and more contented than those whose mums ate lowe...
Skinny Sams' charity mission|
By Sarah Lawson on 26/12/2006 in Products
Makers of girls' tights, Skinny Sams are linking with the charity Over The Wall to help provide holidays for seriously ill children.
Skinny Sams' tights company are hooking up with the charity Over The Wall. Over The Wall raises funds to send children and young people who have been affected by cancer and other serious illnesses, to residential holiday camps.The founder of Skinny Sams, Alison Baumal feels it is...
Cranial Osteopathy and babies|
By Laura Lee Davies on 04/07/2009 in Newborn health & safety
This popular therapy has been linked to releasing tension in new babies and helping with unsettled infants, sleep problems and 'colic'.
Cranial osteopathy is a form of physical therapy which can help babies and children after the experience of birth leaves them with overt or underlying pain, or knock-on effects of the stress of birth which can include colic, difficulty feeding or inability to settle to sleep.Cra...
The Risk of Co-Sleeping and Cot Death|
By Debra Stottor on 30/04/2009 in Newborn sleep
New research shows a clear link between 'cot death' and sleeping in the same bed as your baby
Three in a bed? You could be putting your baby’s life at risk. That’s the verdict of many experts. For many years, advice for safe baby sleeping has recommended that parents don't have their baby to sleep with them on a sofa or bed. However, many new mums like to have their baby ...
Multivitamins in late pregnancy – talk to your midwife|
By Kyrsty Hazell on 15/04/2010 in Pregnancy diet and nutrition
A study has suggested multivitamins taken in late pregnancy may be linked to increased risk of premature births, but other experts disagree
British researchers have suggested that pregnant women who take multivitamin supplements in their third trimester triple the risk of having a premature birth. The study at University of Leeds, lead by Dr Nigel Simpson, assessed the diets and supplement use of 1,300 mums-to-be bet...
Safety alert for Bugaboo Bee owners|
By Cassandra Kempster-Roberts on 15/12/2009 in Buggy showroom
Brake failure has been linked to Bugaboo Bee pushchairs. We reveal what Bugaboo owners – or those about to buy - need to know
Bugaboo has announced that one of its buggies, the Bugaboo Bee, has brake problems. It’s offering parents free bracket sets to fix the issue. On the Bugaboo website, the buggy maker said it became aware of the problem in March 2009. However, thousand of parents who bought the Bug...
Pregnancy Exercise and Pre-eclampsia|
By Sarah Lawson on 01/01/2009 in Pregnancy exercise
A new study makes a link between too much exercise in early pregnancy and the increased risk of developing pre-eclampsia
It is possible to enjoy exercise in pregnancy so long as you are careful about what you are doing and only exercise in moderation. However, a report based on a new study suggests that too much exercise early on in the pregnancy can put a woman at a greater risk of developing pre-...
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Pregnancy books reviewed|
By ThinkBaby on 17/10/2005 in Pregnancy & you
Archive of pregnancy book reviews
See below for links to TB reviews of pregnancy books. ThinkBaby member reviews of pregnancy books can be found here.
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